FAQ

Most School of Missions courses include short trips across the Guatemalan border. The cost of these trips are included in the general tuition fee paid at the start of the course (excluding any visa or passport fees if applicable). However, the cost for any other international trips is NOT included. Details and costs for those trips can be found under the specific course in question. To find out more information about our international trips visit our page Going Global!
Most School of Missions courses include short trips across the Guatemalan border. Any other international trips will be discussed under the specific course in question. To find out more information about our international trips visit our page Going Global!
Calls to a Mexican landline: 011 + 52 + phone number   Calls to a Mexican Cellphone: 011 + 52 + 1 + phone number  

Calling Mexico from the United States & Canada explained:

  • 011 - US exit code; dial first for international calls made from the USA or Canada
  • 52 - Country Code for Mexico
  • Phone Number = Usually the normal 10 digit phone number, which includes the 3 digit area code, however in some areas the area code is only 2 digits.
  • Sample landline = 011 52 (123) 456-7890
  • Sample cellphone = 011 52 1 (123) 456-7890
For a complete listing of all area codes in Mexico, click here.   For more information about international dialing, check out howtocallabroad.com
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